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  1. rmacprivate commented on Candorville almost 2 years ago

    A roll of wax paper for the guest bathroom Clyde.

  2. rmacprivate commented on That's Life almost 2 years ago

    Reminds me of some of the electronic’s stores that used to be in Times Square.

  3. rmacprivate commented on Herb and Jamaal about 2 years ago

    $24 for 8 ounces of 100% Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee beans around here! Tried it once.

  4. rmacprivate commented on From the Mo Willems Sketchbook over 2 years ago

    Wow! Looks like Alfred Hitchcock is alive and well in Paris.

  5. rmacprivate commented on WuMo almost 3 years ago

    Think about how many product liability law suits, a penny farthing style bike would generate in this day and age! We will have to wait until the Take Responsibility for Your Actions movement becomes the law of the land, before there would be any hope of seeing a lot of neat stuff make a come back.

  6. rmacprivate commented on Savage Chickens almost 3 years ago

    I saw Frogs at a drive in movie. It was a double feature. The second movie was Godzilla vs the Smog Monster.

  7. rmacprivate commented on Wide Open almost 3 years ago

    Chupacabra stuffed with ground hazel nut and goat cheese. An old Middle Eastern specialty. If that’s his second or third glass of Retsina, his taste buds might be dulled enough to choke it down.

  8. rmacprivate commented on From the Mo Willems Sketchbook about 3 years ago

    I think it’s a sign posted at the indoor water park in Paris. Telling you that guys can only go into the water if they are wearing one of those stupid speedos, that the French are so in love with.

  9. rmacprivate commented on Wide Open about 3 years ago

    We were kicked out of the house after breakfast and told not to come back till dinner time. Seems to me that was a lot better than sitting around and turning into a slug, with no imagination, playing games alone.

  10. rmacprivate commented on Tim Eagan about 3 years ago

    Seems to me that the “Tea Party” started out as one thing and turned into what we see now. Anyone care to explain this to me?